Skankin 2Some

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Skankin' 2Some

Skanking is a form of dancing practiced in the ska, ska punk, hardcore punk, reggae, drum and bass and other music scenes. The dance style originated in the 1950s or 1960s at Jamaican dance halls, where ska music was played.

A girl who supports/enjoys ska music, or ska subculture. Basically the same a a Rude Boy but no boy genetalia. Not criminals, not wannabes and not to be looked down upon unless you want to start some fights. Known to skank (dance).

Along with his female counterpart -the Rude Girl - 'Rudys' as they are called in the ska scene were developed by the first ska bands to mimic the depression(or) post war gansters of america. The word 'Rude' is refrenced to Jamaican culture where it is slang for mischevious or obscene. 

A Rude Boy's attire would include a white button up and thin tie under a closed black blazer top with matching dress pants, A Black Ferdora with an occasional white stripe of fabric, and to top it off, sunglasses and classy skankin' boots- or loafers. 

Normally associated with the traditional two-tone ska scene, Rude Boys can now be seen as a nostalgic tribute for the more modern 3rd wave ska followers.

 

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Premium Quality Semi Fitted Unisex T-shirt

• Set-in sleeve
• 1x1 rib at neck collar
• Inside back neck tape in self fabric
• Sleeve hem and bottom hem with wide double needle top stitch

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